East / West Fork of Big Spring Canyon |

High Spur

Canyoneering East / West Fork of Big Spring Canyon - High Spur Canyoneering East / West Fork of Big Spring Canyon
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RATING: 3A / 2A
LENGTH: 4-6 hours

Sun

54 | 35

Mon

58 | 31

Tue

60 | 34

Wed

61 | 39

Thu

53 | 35

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SEASON: Any
RAPPELS: 1+ to 45 m ( 148 ft. )
WATER: Little
FLASHFLOOD: Moderate, but you can see the whole drainage and skies on the approach.

Sun

54 | 35

Mon

58 | 31

Tue

60 | 34

Wed

61 | 39

Thu

53 | 35

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Mark and Tyler avoiding water in the West Fork

Mark and Tyler avoiding water in the West Fork

Mark and Tyler just above the tough downclimb

Mark and Tyler just above the tough downclimb

Sometimes good things come in small packages! Although short, both the East and West forks of Big Spring Canyon offer fantastic slot sections. The two canyons have different personalities, with the West Fork being more challenging and technical. The West Fork is recommended for intermediate or better canyoneers. The East Fork, on the other hand, is much easier and suitable for most canyoneers. It does not have any rappels, but a short rope is recommended to help beginners over a couple of moderate downclimbs.

Mark Fallentine at the bottom of the hard downclimb - west fork of Big Spring

Mark Fallentine at the bottom of the hard downclimb - west fork of Big Spring

Mark and Tyler  Fallentine - west fork of Big Spring

Mark and Tyler Fallentine - west fork of Big Spring

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